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Celebrate National Ceviche Day in South Florida

Here’s another great reason to live in South Florida. Miami and environs have some of the nation’s top ceviche restaurants – not surprising given the fact that Miami is 70 percent Latino. Here are few of my favorites to celebrate National Ceviche Day in June 28.

Pisco y Nazca (Kendall, Doral) 

In honor of National Ceviche Day, the Peruvian restaurant will be offering $15 ceviche samplers all day long! Pisco y Nazca’s ceviche sampler offers three different types of ceviches: passion fruit; tradicional; and cremoso.

Osaka Nikkei Miami

Classico Ceviche (Osaka Nikkei Miami)

One of Miami’s top Peruvian restaurants is offering three different ceviche options. The first is Clasico Ceviche – prepared with the fresh catch of the day, marinated with leche de tigre, and topped off with Andean corn. The second option is the Osk, a tuna-based ceviche topped with crispy quinoa, kyuri, and rocoto yuzu sauce. Lastly, Osaka’s Wasabi Ceviche is prepared with scallops and white fish, and finished off with a citrus wasabi sauce. Can’t decide on which to get? Osaka Nikkei Miami also has a ceviche sampler with all three varieties.

Bakan Wynwood 

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Bakan will be offering its Ceviche Vegano, prepared with hearts of palm, giant corn, peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, portobellos, and topped with avocado-cilantro sauce. For the non-vegetarian guests, Bakan will have Ceviche Bakan, prepared with fresh local caught fish, lime, habanero, red onion, cilantro and avocado.

 

Mayami Mexicantina & Bar (Miami Wynwood)

Aguachile De Langosta (Mayami Mexicantina & Bar)

The Wynwood hotspot will offer several ceviches, starting off with the Aguachile De Atun – prepared with tomato, tuna, smoked cucumber, and chiltepin. The second ceviche is the Aguachile De Langosta, offered with cucumber, chile piquin, meyer lemon, and caviar to top it off. The following ceviche is the Vuelve A La Vida which contains poached shrimp, cilantro, tomatoes, red onions, avocado, and sliced serranos. Last but not least, Mayami Mexicantina will have a Aguachile De Rodaballo that is prepared with habanero, lime, sweet potato, and cilantro.

PLANTA (Miami Beach)

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The 100 percent plant-based restaurant located in South Beach and Coconut Grove, has crafted a ceviche made with coconut meat that mimics the texture and flavor of raw fish combined with ceviche’s traditional flavors of lime juice, anaheim chiles and jalapeno for an added kick, Planta’s Coconut Ceviche recipe will cater to herbivores and carnivores alike.

Feature Photo Credit: Pisco y Nazca

 

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